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Anna Katharina Bachmann, MSc

Research Assistant / PhD Student
Chair of Entrepreneurship and Leadership
Current Activity
Anna Bachmann is research assistant and PhD Student at the institute of entrepreneurship and leadership at the University of Liechtenstein. She holds a master of science degree in Entrepreneurship and was already a member of the institute in 2014/2015, back than she was student assistant. Within her masters' thesis she investigates the influence of different leadership styles on the performance in architectural offices. After the masters' program she attended a trainee program at thyssenkrupp Steering AG in the eSupply Chain Management department. The focus topic was the controlling and continuous improvement of the global demand planning process. After the trainee program she stayed with the corporation in the position of a global project leader for customer demand management. With her profound experience and her analytical skills, she is able to connect practical requirements with latest scientific findings. The main focus of her research is leadership in the context of entrepreneurship.
Education
2013 — 2015

Masters' Program in Entrepreneurship major Entrepreneurial Finance, University of Liechtenstein, Principality of Liechtenstein

2007 — 2009

Bachelors' Program in International Business Administration, Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences, Austria

Career
2017 — 2018

Project leader eSCM Planning, thyssenkrupp Steering AG, Principality of Liechtenstein

2016 — 2017

Trainee eSCM, thyssenkrupp Steering AG, Principality of Liechtenstein

Visiting Academic
2017

Project management and case study development of the demand planning process at Terre Haute plant of thyssenkrupp Steering AG, Indiana, USA

Portrait
Development of Entrepreneurial Cognition through Self-Leadership Methods
Preproposal PhD-Thesis, since February 2019

The field of entrepreneurship studies shows a wide ranging discussion on the antecedents of entrepreneurial behaviour. A large body of literature concludes, that stable and distal personality traits ... more ...